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Intel Launch Haswell CPU to Revive PC Market

Published on June 4, 2013, in Press Release, Ultrabook.

Computex Taipei 2013, Intel today on the first day of Computex launched its long-awaited lineup of Haswell processors. The chips are designed to enable a new breed of computers based on a 2-in-1 form-factor – PCs that can turn into tablets. The 22nm Tri-Gate Haswell CPUs offering 50 percent more battery life for notebooks than Ivy

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Intel to Separate 3rd-Generation Ultrabooks Into 3 Price Groups

Published on March 28, 2013, in SSD, Ultrabook.

Intel has unveiled its plans for third-generation Ultrabooks to downstream partners and is separating the segment into three major price levels, hoping to satisfy different consumer groups, according to sources from Notebook makers. Third-generation Ultrabooks will adopt the new Haswell-based processors and have three price levels – US$599-798, US$799-998 and US$999 and above – with

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Intel to Release New Enterprise and Datacenter SSDs

Published on March 28, 2013, in Enterprise, Rumor, SSD.

Intel is set to release several new solid state drive (SSD) products in April or May with competitive prices and performances, and with the price cuts of its previous-generation products, sources from the PC makers believe it will help accelerate the standardization of SSDs. Intel will unveil DC P2950 series SSD products in mid-May targeting

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Micron Talks About the Future of Embedded Automotive Memory

Micron held a Memory for the Interconnected World Webcast of February 21, 2013 where they talked about their Embedded Memory business and market condition in this series of articles I will cover the different Embedded market that Micron is pursuing. The main driver for the growth in Embedded Memory is the interconnected systems. The two main

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Intel’s Short Term Plans to Revive the PC Market

Published on February 21, 2013, in SSD, Tablets, Ultrabook.

PC makers are planning to launch a series of measures, including price cuts for their products, in the second quarter of 2013 to rekindle the stymied notebook industry caused by growing popularity of tablets, according to industry sources. The launch of Windows 8 has failed to ignite replacement demand for notebooks in the end markets,

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Hynix Overtakes Micron’s NAND Flash Market Share as Micron Hit by Manufacturing Glitch

Published on February 18, 2013, in Market Share.

The NAND Flash market in 2012 was full of turbulence, the year started with a pricing free fall and extreme over supply that seems like nothing can stop it and then Toshiba made the bold move of cutting it’s Flash production by 30 percent healing the NAND market but also losing, for the first time, it’s

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Ultrabook Sales Continue to Disappoint in 4Q12

Published on November 15, 2012, in OEM, SSD, Ultrabook.

Longbow Research‘s chip analyst Joanne Feeney reported that production of notebook computers fourth quarter (Q412) is coming in “worse than expected,” perhaps flat with Q3′s level versus a prior expectation for growth of 5% to 10% from Q3, with recent Microsoft 8 notebook order cancellations from OEMs as they revise downward views of holiday demand. “Consumers continue to spend on lower-priced

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Intel Launched a New Server SSD with Power-loss Protection

Published on November 6, 2012, in Enterprise, SSD.

Following the release of its consumer graded SSD the new 335 series Intel unveil a new SSD, the DC S3700 is aimed at data center applications. The new SSD features a new in-house proprietary controller and power-loss protection and is planned to slowly replace the 710 series. The DC S3700 series comes in a wide

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Intel’s Unveil its First 20nm Consumer SSD

Published on October 30, 2012, in Retail, SSD.

Intel Corporation unveiled an update to its successful 300 series consumer Solid State Drive (SSD). The new drives host for the first time IMFT’s (Intel’s and Micron’s NAND joint-venture) next generation NAND with 54Gb 20nm which is smaller process geometries then the 25nm used in the previous 330 model. The move to 20nm is a necessary to continue to put SSD

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Apple’s new Fusion Drive Explained

Published on October 25, 2012, in iMac.

Apple on November 23rd unveiled an updated to its very successful iMac lineup, among the new features and design updates Apple also introduced a new feature called Fusion Drive. Apple offers either solid state drive (SSD) or mechanical hard disk drive (HDD) storage in its iMac and Mac mini. End users have to choose between performance or capacity/cost-per-GB.

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